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Italian Coppa Italia

Lazio beat Napoli to book place in Coppa Italia final

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ESPN FC correspondent Gab Marcotti talks Lazio's progression to the Coppa Italia final, Rafa Benitez job rumours and Juventus' search for the treble.

A late goal from Senad Lulic gave Lazio a 1-0 victory over Napoli on Wednesday and a place in the Coppa Italia final against Juventus.

Lazio advanced 2-1 on aggregate and will seek their third title in the last seven years in the June 7 final at their home stadium.

In the 79th minute, Lulic was left unmarked to steer home a cross from Felipe Anderson from inside the box.

Napoli argued in vain that Lazio forward Miroslav Klose was offside at the start of the move.

The result will put more pressure...

 By Mina Rzouki

Allegri shows his genius in leading Juventus past Fiorentina in Coppa

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reviews Juventus' march to the Coppa Italia final, and assesses the recent reports that AC Milan may be up for sale.

Having only lost one match in their last 19, it was Fiorentina with the advantage with the two away goals after the 2-1 win in their Coppa Italia semifinal first leg encounter in Turin. And if they needed any more icing on the cake, they had one in that Juventus had never managed to overturn a first leg defeat at home in the competition. Yet despite the absences of key personnel and the first leg defeat at home, Juventus put in a tremendous performance to win 3-0 on the night, 4-2 on aggregate,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Max Allegri hails Juventus' versatility with players out injured in Coppa win

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reviews Juventus' march to the Coppa Italia final, and assesses the recent reports that AC Milan may be up for sale.

Max Allegri praised his team for stepping up to replace injured players as Juventus rallied from a first-leg deficit to defeat Fiorentina 3-0 and reach the Coppa Italia final.

Alessandro Matri, Roberto Pereyra and Leonardo Bonucci provided the goals in the absence of Carlos Tevez, Andrea Pirlo, Paul Pogba and Stephan Lichtsteiner, and Allegri said he was pleased with his team's versatility.

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"Some players were missing, others played with different characteristics," Allegri told Rai Sport. "We've...